Study Reveals Rapid Increases in Cannabis Use

The perception of risks associated with cannabis use have declined overall, and the decline has been more rapid among those with depression. The prevalence of cannabis use among those with depression who perceived no risk associated with regular use was much higher than among those who perceived significant risk associated with use—39 percent versus 1.6 percent, respectively, said a researcher at Columbia University. Columbia University is a member of NYSERNet’s R&E network. Read more here: